When Jessica and Stephen started to plan their big day they were certain of two things: They wanted an outdoor ceremony, and they wanted to be surrounded by friends and family. "We're both low-key people, so we knew we wanted to have a small, family-oriented wedding," says Jessica. The couple decided on Elm Lowne as the site for their wedding in Jessica's hometown of Yardley. The circa 1798 farmhouse was an ideal settling, promising the perfect combination of elegance and romance.

A family gathers in a rustic farmhouse for a romantic celebration

When Jessica and Stephen started to plan their big day they were certain of two things: They wanted an outdoor ceremony, and they wanted to be surrounded by friends and family. "We're both low-key people, so we knew we wanted to have a small, family-oriented wedding," says Jessica. The couple decided on Elm Lowne as the site for their wedding in Jessica's hometown of Yardley. The circa 1798 farmhouse was an ideal settling, promising the perfect combination of elegance and romance.

Jessica wore a graceful lace gown with spaghetti straps by Oscar de la Renta topped with a matching veil. She carried a hand-tied bouquet of yellow and pink roses, adorned with wild berries and ivy. In keeping with the celebration's laid-back tone, Stephen wore khakis, a crisp white shirt and navy blazer with a green-and-yellow-striped tie.